D.T., Milford, New Hampshire
“Jan and I want to thank you for your exceptional work on our behalf. It was a long and difficult struggle and we are certain that without your knowledge, attention to detail and skillful negotiating the outcome would have been far less favorable.”
B.W., New Hampshire
“Thanks so much for all you and your staff have done for me. You did a great job and I appreciate your efforts.”
K.D., New Hampshire
“Thank you for the support, help and advice that you have given me in the past two years while dealing with my accident case. You have all been so supportive, attentive and caring. You have a wonderful team!”
Three-year-old Landon was helping his mom pick up toys when he knocked over a plastic gas can just like the one pictured here. The pilot light on a nearby water heater ignited the gas fumes, which flashed back to the nozzle on the gas can, turning it into a firebomb. Landon’s horrible experience has been repeated more than 75 times throughout the country, burning and killing children, teenagers and adults. Many of these injuries might have been prevented with a part costing less than $1 called a flame arrester.
Gas Can or Time Bomb? Millions of plastic gas cans are sold every year in America without a flame arrester. Experts claim this makes them time bombs, which could explode without warning.